TomTom has become the first organization in the Netherlands to offer its workforce access to Cytric Easy, the leading booking tool Cytric is now embedded into Microsoft 365.
The 22nd edition of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) Global Summit in Saudi Arabia will be attended by a prestigious gathering of tourism leaders in Riyadh. It is also supported by a metaverse experience created for potential investors to explore investment opportunities and take part in some of the sessions that will be livestreamed from the Saudi capital.
Passengers traveling from Geneva Airport can now breeze through self-service touchpoints at check-in, bag drop, and security thanks to digital passenger processing technology from SITA.
Last week, Air New Zealand customers were some of the first to experience biometric verification at the boarding gate after a successful trial at Los Angeles Airport.
As the region busies itself with winter visitors, iconic sporting events, UAE National Day and the upcoming festive season, Emirates is highlighting a busy travel period for both inbound and outbound travel through Dubai for the next month, and recommending passengers arrive to the airport 3 hours in advance of their flight, as well as taking advantage of multiple services that enhance seamless travel.
Airbus has signed agreements with Xiamen Airlines, Zhejiang Loong Airlines and Colorful Guizhou Airlines to promote the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) for commercial flights in China.
BNESIM, the global telecom innovator creating anytime, anywhere eSIM solutions for global travelers, has been elected the best SIM provider in the world for travelers.
The finest travel brands in the world have been unveiled at the World Travel Awards (WTA) Grand Final Gala Ceremony 2022 in Muscat, Oman. The stars of the travel and hospitality industries aligned for a night to celebrate the welcome return of global tourism and to find out who amongst them had been voted the best in the world.
Another important milestone in Kempinski Hotels' 125th anniversary year has been achieved. The international luxury hotel group has launched its new website, which features a contemporary layout and emphasises on visuals while being built on a secure, cloud-based platform with a responsive and scalable architecture.
Ryanair and Amadeus have announced a new distribution partnership. The deal is designed to further expand access to Ryanair’s offering to Amadeus’ industry-leading customer base.
Addressing consumer demand for technology and sustainability could keep travel business better able to survive the economic downturn, a session heard at World Travel Market (WTM) London.
Now, travel agencies reserving Booking.com accommodations through the Amadeus Travel Platform can choose to process payment using a wider range of virtual cards from Amadeus’ digital wallet, across more than 1.3 million accommodation options.